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Conversations With Plants: Elder

Getting to know Elder: properties, benefits, and more! Late in the night, a child was having trouble sleeping. Was it because of their stuffy nose? Or Something else? Staring at the lone Elder branch hanging at their doorway, the child began to slowly drift into a deep slumber… Elder: Oh! What do we have here?

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Chinese-inspired Fire Cider Dumpling Sauce Reciple

Chinese-Inspired Dumpling Sauce ft. Fire Cider!

Herbalism in home traditions This summer, I realized that many of my daily practices were rooted in herbalism. Whether that’d be dropping a few goji berries into my morning tea or pairing it with ginseng, shiitake mushrooms, ginger, and jujubes to create a nutrient-packed broth, I learned that I was familiar with herbalism ever since

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Trauma Balm: a natural salve for pain relief

Natural Remedies for Pain Relief Aches and pains are often a part of life, for the young and old, healthy and ill alike. Whether it’s a bruised knee or tight shoulders, life hurts sometimes! Tension and tumbles affect us all. Pain is our body’s way of asking for attention. Listen up! Something is not right!

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Conversation With Plants: Lemon Balm

Getting to know Lemon Balm: properties, benefits, and more! On a trip to the local farmer’s market, a human came upon a humble display of potted herbs. There was no vendor. The human could have sworn they heard a light chuckling coming from the stand. Someone –something? – drew me here, thought the human. History

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Nettle plant leaves are best harvested when they are young and tender, typically during Late March to Early April

Conversations With Plants: Nettle

Getting to know Nettle: properties, benefits, and more! One hot summer day, a human was walking with their furry companion to the community dog park. Along the gravel path, the pair noticed an outgrown stand of plants. To Rover’s surprise, their human swiftly lifted the pup off the ground. In front of them stood a

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Bunch of Red Clover blossoms

Conversations With Plants: Red Clover

Getting to know Red Clover: properties, benefits, and more! While strolling through the overgrown lot beside their apartment complex, a human stumbled upon a patch of brilliant red-magenta Red Clover. In that reclaimed patch of urban meadow, one of the Red Clovers beckoned the human. Red Clover: Hello there! human: Oh my, excuse me! I

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